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Dinner Party

Narrated by: Juanita McMahon
Length: 10 hrs and 2 mins
4 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)
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Summary

Never has an unexpected guest caused such chaos! 

Three couples take it in turns to host a monthly dinner party. 

Beth, Sarah and Marie have been friends forever. Now they are grown up, with busy lives, busy husbands, busy kids...but they still find time to meet up over dinner once a month. A cosy, comfortable gathering of happy couples - or so they thought. 

Until one night, someone brings along a last-minute guest whose wife has just left him. 

Simon is standing on the doorstep in floods of tears. While the women do their best to console him, their husbands feel the need to mark their territory. And as Simon becomes more involved with the group, his presence changes everything these three couples thought they knew about each other, leading to a final dinner party that no-one will ever forget.

From best seller Tracy Bloom, Dinner Party is a funny and moving listen that will make you see your marriage and friendships in a whole new light...and make you think twice about inviting your best mates round for dinner. Perfect for fans of Marian Keyes, Nick Spalding and Gill Sims.

©2018 Tracy Bloom (P)2019 W. F. Howes Ltd

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  • lucy
  • oxfordshire
  • 01-03-19

Lovely story

Really enjoyed this audio book. It's a mixture of funny happy and sad. I couldn't stop listening! Easy listening but enough twists to keep it interesting. Particularly loved the ending. Totally recommend!

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More boring than a real dinner party.

Wooden, unbelievable characters with no depth and impossible to care or want to hear more about any of them. Terrible accents. Not a group of people that I would want to spend time at a bus stop with, let alone a whole dinner party. I really wanted to like this but it was a huge disappointment after a long wait.